When I try to set my my Adsense account, it tells me my email is already associated with that email address. I never, ever had a Google account! Also, when initially trying to set this up, I entered www.hubpages as my site instead of my profile address.
Is there any way this affiliate page can be reset for me?
If you applied already, you should let Google process the application. You should receive an email with their decision. Once they deny the application, you should be able to log into your AdSense account and resubmit it from there using your profile URL. It is advisable to publish several hubs first.
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